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|Main Telephone||020 7611 6666|
|Main Fax||020 7611 6668|
|Pip H.||Chief Executive||London|
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|Mel E.||Chief Executive Officer - EMEA||London|
|Stephen P.||Group Chief Executive Officer - UK & Global Chief Technology Officer||London|
|Ian H.||Executive Creative Director - UK & EMEA||London|
|Carole G.||Account Director||London|
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Decision Makers on the Move: Wunderman, Snapchat, Ogilvy PR, Cheapflights, MHP Communications, Ka...
Below is this week's compilation for all of WinmoEdge's Decision Makers on the Move. The recap can also be accessed under “Decision Makers” within “Browse by Topic” once it moves off the front page of the site.
Decision Maker: Ian Haworth, the global chief creative officer at Rapp, has been appointed as the executive creative director at Wunderman UK and EMEA, according to Campaign Live.
Decision Maker: Messaging service Snapchat has recruited former Facebook product manager Anthony Pompliano to lead its own growth and engagement team, according to The Drum.
Decision Maker: Ogilvy PR has appointed Jeremy Lucas from Blue Rubicon as director of corporate and public affairs, according to PR Week.
Decision Maker: Flight search website Cheapflights has appointed Phil Bloomfield as its global head of PR and comms, according to PR Week.
Decision Maker: MHP Communications has appointed Kate McDougle as marketing and business development director. She is charged with growing its client base, an MHP press release said, according to PR Week.
Decision Maker: Karen Millen is down one Chief Executive, as Mike Shearwood has left the company after plans for a management buyout were cancelled, according to FashionUnited. His departure from the contemporary women’s wear label comes with little warning as Karen Millen confirmed it is “disappointed to announce the departure by mutual agreement of CEO Mike Shearwood,” in a press statement.